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Do You Want Land that is increasing in value and that will bring you a profit able income? We offer the Washington farm land, which is acknowledged to be the finest in the world. Buy now, before the prices in crease. If you are interested, send us a letter. We will gladly give you all valuable informa tion and our prices. Huntington & Jackson KELSO, WASHINGTON Waiting for Farmers! . Here in my tract of "old burn" land there is an opportunity for more farmers who want fertile land close to good markets. The prices are reasonable, and the tract will be divided into farms of any size to suit farmers—but, rjemember, it's farmers I want —men who will come here .and improve this land and develop the country. I will be glad to tell you more about this land. Drop me a card and the full description is yours. H. A. IMUS HALAMA, WN. AMERICAN LAKE LAND The best garden tracts in the ; state. They raise the finest fruits and vegetables. Seattle and Tacoma markets, at your door t which means a good price for everything you have to sell. Prices reasonable. Write for free literature. E. F. GREGORY GO. Inc., TACOMA, WASHINGTON. Farmers Take Notice Here Is your opportunity to secure logged-off land in Snohomlsh county at remarkable prices. The soil is very pro ductive and in a desirable location for a home. Investigate and you will be convinced that you cannot afford to lose this opportunity. L,et us show you what we have. Write for literature. Will til R-OSGOOI) COMPANY TACOMA. WASHINGTON. 12# CENTS A DAY This mmull amount will give you an owner'H interest In some of the best ag ricultural lands of the Northwest. Send for free booklet. Northwestern Realty Investment Co., fnntraliu. Wash. <C^* IE For 1853 Quarter! $3000 for cer 9f%ilwl!iin dollar; big premiums paid foi . \J many kinds of money dated before 1896. We buy every kind of Stamps, Including those now In use. You can make Big Profits, perhaps » fortune; no Interference with regular em ployment. Send postal for Free Booklet. Address, Boner A Stamp Brokerage Co., 160 Hawaii hi., . ,nj, New York. § IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE [&">' j\ In all parts of Washington. l^iC*! S»nd or ÜBt- V J"*9fc/ SAMUEL COLLTEB, Cs^T 323 Bailey Bid?., Seattle, Waih. 4% ■ £\ | I for your property wherever located. If yo« ■ ■ ■ |*1J want to »cli, lend description and price. I■ II Alill you want to buy »Ute your want*. VnWII Northwestern Business Agency D 311 B»nk of Commerce Bldf., UiuoetpolU, Ulan. The R;ancru • - » ... - A mm^mmimmjm^mpjmmSmf, "*" * '.. ■■^■^:.' ■:.■,,■■" .•.■*>'**■•* •V-**' • Issued First and Fifteenth of the Month. The Ranch Corporation, 417 Arcade Annex, Seattle U. 8. A. Entered at the Seattle Postofflce at Second-Claw rate« of pottage. C. S. WHITMORE, MANAGER. Associate Editors. P. Walden Horticulture W. W. McZtaug-hlin Irrigation B. E. Benedict Agriculture W. S. Varnum . . . .Field Representative H. Xi. Blancnard Poultry and Dairy B. Hickingbottom Veterinary Chicago Representatives: New York Representatives: Allen & Ward, Eoyce Building. S. E. Leith, 150 Nassau Street. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: The paper is sent to each subscriber until an order to discontinue is received from the subscriber. We must be notified in writing, by letter or postal card, when a» subscriber wishes his paper stopped. Returning the paper will not an swer, as We cannot find it on our list from the name alone on the ,paper. We must have both name and address, and all arrearages or dues must be paid as re quired by law. Date of expiration is shown on your paper by address label. Failing to receive the paper regularly, you should notify the Seattle office at once, when mistakes, if any, will be corrected. In advance, one year, 50 cents; six months, 30 cents. Foreign subscriptions, $1.00 per year. Seattle subscriptions, $1.00 per year. Agents wanted in every town to solicit subscriptions. Oood commissions and salaries paid to hustling solicitors. Editor The Ranch: I wish to tell you of my experience with frozen potatoes. I had a ton of "spuds" in sacks. Two-third were Early Rose, the other third was a white potato. The whites all froze and are like a wet sponge and of course no good. The Early Rose were not frozen at all. How do you ex plain that? They were all mixed in the sacks. And will you please tell me how to proceed to get some of the Reservation land that is to be opened this year? N. J. CUTTER. Port Discovery, Wash. Editor's Note —In regard to the po tatoes, the susceptibility to action of frost is probably varied by the tex ture and maturity of different variet ties, those containing most water and least starch being most easily af fected. In regard to the lands, write to the United States Land Office at Seattle for information as to time and terms of entry. Open Your Account with The Oldest Bank in Washington Our Capital and Surplus of $1,300,00000 Protects Every Depositor In This Bank Dexter Horton & Co., Bankers NEW YORK BUILDING SEATTLE OPEN* YOUR ACCOUNT BY MAIL Editor The Ranch: Will you please tell me what is the average rainfall per year in Seattle? A. L. SHERMAN. R. F. D. 4, North Yakima, Wash. The average rainfall as reported by the Seattle station is 36.59 inches per year; at the Moxie station it is 8.88 inches. Editor The Ranch: Please find 50 cents for The Ranch and, send us receipt by return mail. I am very much pleased with your pa per. MARTIN LALLEMAND. Arlington, Wash. Editor The Ranch: Inclosed find check for one dollar. I don't know how much I owe you, biir if that don't cover it please let me know, as I don't want to be without The Ranch. GEO. WITTE. Twisp, Wash. 2 HANFORD In looking for land you want the best possible com bination of healthy climate, good soil, water in abund ance for irrigation purposes, with near by market and good transpor tation facilities. All These Ad vantages are to be Found at HANFORD Here is your op portunity to be come independent and prosperous. We are selling the land at a price and on terms that are within reach of all. Write for liter ature. tlitad Irrigation and Power (o. Seattle National Bank Bldg. Seattle, Wash.